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Welsh Ministers have today announced a new £800m stabilisation package to help the Welsh NHS to continue to respond to and recover from the impact of the coronavirus crisis. This latest package takes the total amount of Welsh Government Covid-19 support for NHS organisations to more than £1.3bn.
A high level summit of leaders in manufacturing focussing on North Wales and the cross border area was convened by Economy and North Wales Minister Ken Skates today (Tuesday, 4 August)
“In symptomatic people Covid-19 is most infectious just before, and for the first few days after, symptoms begin. It is very important people with symptoms self-isolate and get a test, which will allow contact tracing.
Let’s build on a Team Wales approach and ensure a lasting green recovery - Lesley Griffiths as virtual Royal Welsh gets underway
We've seen a truly Team Wales approach to Covid 19, we must now build on this to ensure a lasting green recovery - that was the message from Minister for Environment, Energy and Rural Affairs, Lesley Griffiths, as the virtual Royal Welsh Show gets underway today.
“Once in a generation opportunity to reset the clock” – Minister sets out Welsh Government’s planning policy for a post- COVID world
Retaining the positive changes driven by the coronavirus pandemic is central to the Welsh Government’s new planning policy, published today.
The Welsh Government has confirmed driving lessons will be able to take place in Wales from 27 July.
A cross-border response, involving Welsh Government and its partners, to support the Airbus workforce and wider supply chain is well underway, Minister for Economy and North Wales Ken Skates said today
Decision backed with £29 million to recruit, recover and raise standards
“COVID crisis must spell an end to rigid fiscal rules for devolved nations”, Finance Ministers urge UK Government.
Finance Ministers from the devolved administrations are urging the UK Government to ease the financial restrictions imposed on devolved governments so they can better respond to the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.
The £30m Aber Tai’r Meibion improvement scheme is moving ahead, with safety measures in place to allow work to begin should covid – 19 restrictions be in place at the time of construction.
Welsh Government welcomes a ‘team Wales’ approach across the whole public sector to realise the ambition of becoming a low carbon economy and help to tackle climate change.
People from two separate households will be able to join together to form one exclusive extended household the First Minister will today [Monday June 29] announce.